You guys have been loving the sneak peeks of this room I’ve shared on Instagram, and I’m so happy to finally share the full reveal! This might just be prettiest space in our house!
We transitioned L from a crib to a “big girl bed” a few months ago in preparation for the new baby and took the opportunity to redo her room from nursery to toddler room. There are still a few touches we carried over from her nursery (see that here) but I think this space really fits her and will grow with her.
Her bed is another Jenny Lind style like her crib, but a little more whimsical. I added white ruffle bedding and some sweet pink and peach pom pom pillows for that girly look we both love (most everything on her bed is from Home Goods but here is similar bedding and a similar pom pillow).
We reused her vintage dresser that my mother-in-law painted when she was born (similar here). It’s still being used as a changing table til she’s potty trained, but my plan was to use it long past the diapering stage.
I’m in love with the art we hung above it. It was a TJ Maxx score though so I’m sorry I don’t have a link. It brings such a fun touch to the space.
The wallpaper is by Hygge and West and I LOVE it as an accent wall in here! After wallpapering our powder room I opted to hire this wall out. She loves the pink and the “birdies” and it’s sophisticated enough it can grow with her.
I get so many questions about our curtains. They are Target Farrah panels that my mom sewed ribbon trim onto for the nursery. I found some similar ones here, but if you can sew you could easily accomplish the same thing.
We were able to reuse the side table from her nursery and the mirrored nightstand and silver lamps from our last master bedroom, so that was nice not to have to purchase new things. In her nursery I had wanted lots of mirrored accents and we carried that through in this room as well.
Everyone’s favorite is this sweet dollhouse! We don’t keep a lot of toys in her room since we have a playroom but this little house is the perfect touch at the end of her bed and is great to entertain her when we are spending time in here.
We also reused this sweet little armoire from her nursery, which holds extra diapers, blankets and books (it’s no longer available from Ikea, similar here).
I love the calligraphy print from Lindsay Letters and paired it with a custom floral painting and a simple blush box from Target.
Her closet is set up very similarly to our son’s. I really do just gravitate toward a certain color palette when choosing clothes, so she wears mostly pink/blush, white and light blue/chambray. It makes getting dressed so easy because most things go well together.
The woven baskets were second-hand finds (similar) and hold off-season clothing.
I buy her shoes in a certain color palette too so that it’s easy to pair them with her outfits. Pink, gold and white act mostly as neutrals – and they look pretty displayed on our favorite cube storage!
This pom pom pillow from Home Goods just might be one of my favorite things, and I scored it thanks to my IG girls! I had seen it on several people’s stories and knew it would be the perfect finishing touch for the room, so I posted that I was looking for one locally. A few of my awesome local gals let me know our store got one a week or two later!
I think Lexie and I are both so happy with this room! As she constantly declares, “pink is her favorite color” so I was happy to deliver a perfectly pink, girly space for her to grow up in!
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Paint Color – Casual Elegance by Porter Paints
Bed Pillows – Home Goods | Similar
Wallpaper – Hygge and West
Silver Lamps – TJ Maxx | Similar
Dresser – Vintage | Similar
Floral Art – TJ Maxx
Changing Pad Cover – Aden and Anais
Rug – Similar
Calligraphy Print – Lindsay Letters
Blush Box – Target
Shelves – Similar
Mirrored Frames – TJ Maxx | Similar
Woven Baskets – Similar
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